BBQ Buddy Mini Meat Thermometer - 4 Pack

I/N: 3170913
Price correct as at Sat 25 Feb 2017 6:14:11
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Product Description

Achieve perfectly cooked meat every time using these BBQ Buddy Mini Meat Thermometers.
Packed in a handy set of four, these thermometers will accurately display if your meats or poultry are cooked rare, medium or well done, whether cooked on your barbecue, grill or in the oven!

  • Pack of 4 - 2 x Meat, 2 x Chicken
  • Offers multiple cooking options. Meat: Rare, Med, Well done. Poultry: Breast and thigh
  • Displays ideal temperature range
  • Ideal for barbecuing, grilling or roasting meats
  • Reusable

Product Details

Model Name
BBQ Buddy Mini Meat Thermometer 4pk
Model Number
Stainless steel, steel components
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:25 H:25 L:70
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:110 H:180 L:28

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